Treasurer - Yi Wang, PhD (2018-2020)
Assistant Professor of Environmental Heath, Indiana University
Yi is an epidemiological data scientist/bench toxicologist and is currently Assistant Professor of Environmental Health at Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he studied individual- and system-level determinants of health associated with environmental exposures in vulnerable populations. His data visualization work on local climate change and environmental hazard was archived in the US Climate Resilience Toolkit by the White House. Additionally, aiming to reduce health disparity, he led multi-sectorial partnership to convince the City of Indianapolis to incorporate environmental equity into urban planning. Yi completed his postdoctoral training in Environmental Epidemiology from Brown University after he obtained his PhD in Environmental Health from University of Michigan Ann Arbor.
Health Sciences Building (RG)
1050 Wishard Blvd, RG 6084
Indianapolis, IN 46202-2872
Member at Large - Kim Hall, PhD (2018-2021)
Assistant Professor, Western Carolina University Environmental Health Program and EHAC Program Director
Kimberlee Hall is an Assistant Professor in the Environmental Health Program in the School of Health Sciences at Western Carolina University where she instructs a variety of core courses in the program curriculum. Additionally, Dr. Hall instructs several environmental and public health courses within WCU’s Liberal Studies program in an effort to recruit students to the environmental health program and profession. Dr. Hall actively engages undergraduate students in her research agenda which involves the evaluation, development, and assessment modeling of fecal pollution and source indicators in surface water for the development of microbial risk assessment models. External to WCU, Dr. Hall is an Adjunct Professor in the environmental Health Sciences Program at East Tennessee State University and has served as a content developer and instructor for the National Environmental Health Association’s REHS/RS review courses. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Ecology and Environmental biology from Appalachian State University and her Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences from East Tennessee State University.
Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Program
Western Carolina University
3971 Little Savannah Road
1 University Drive
Cullowhee, NC 28723